Randy, we enjoyed seeing you again VERY much! Thanks for everything you bring to an event like Dulcimerville. It's folks like you who make it what it is! We miss ya already!
Randy, sounds as though it was a great time! Wasn't able to make D'ville this year, but it sure is on my list for next year. As others have already posted, I'll just have to enjoy D'ville 2012 thru your description here!Thanks for sharing your experiences with us all!
Your time at Dulcimerville sounds delightful. (I have an idea of some of what you're feeling because I was privileged to go to Don Pedi's retreat last month; Don is a treasure!)
If I ever get to Dulcimerville, you're one of the first people I'd be searching-out!
one of the Moderators here :)
Keep a song in your heart!
Randy, it sounds like you might have had a great time. Wish I could have been there, but week-long seminars are just not do-able for me right now. So I'll just live vicariously through the descriptions you and others have given. Maybe next year will be different, but right now, it doesn't seem like it will be.
I'll have to get Phyllis's book. Love her playing and the sound of the traditional Galax dulcimer
Someday, Randy, when family, work, and money allow it, I hope to be one of those new friends you meet at Dulcimerville. Everyone seems to returnwith such wonderful stories of music and friendship.
Dusty T., Northern California
Ain't no money in poetry; that's what sets the poet free.
I've had all the freedom I can stand.
-- Guy Clark
updated by @randy-adams: 06/09/16 08:21:50PM